Pot store coming to P.G.
Got some useless school administrators all excited. Take it from a PG student from the 70s – weed is easy for kids to get. And cheaper on the street.
Ralph Porras, the superintendent of the school district, in an email Thursday elaborated on his and the board’s fears of the’s city decision. His first concern is a cannabis store will increase the availability of marijuana.
“Access to drugs and the deleterious effects they already have on students throughout the nation, and especially in the Peninsula, is well documented and has had the attention of educators for many years,” he wrote. “The challenges to address these current problems are already very great and have a tremendous impact on the school community.”